Monitor And Reward Performance Across Teams To Manage Achievement Of Results
Plan, Measure, Perform, Improve With ODC
Master high-performance at your organisation - from planning and measuring, to reviewing and rewarding in this 2-day program with ODC Training.
Course Titles : People And Performance Management - Level 4 (16 hours)
WSQ Leadership & People Management - Level 4
Online Zoom Workshops Available!
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Who Best Benefits From This Workshop?
High Potential Executive who has the potential to play the role of a Change Agent or to Lead Change within the organization.
In a VUCA world, results and performance are everything.
In this programme, equip your leaders and managers in your organization with the crucial skill of optimising and maximising performance for greater service delivery, and organisational growth.
From planning and measuring performance, to learning about the implementation of plans and managing performance, we’ll also take a look at reviewing performance, and designing adequate reward structures for performance so as to create a holistic performance-oriented organisation.
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Key Competencies: What Will Leaders Gain From This?
The programme focuses on three core competencies of leadership:
Set goals and
develop team plans
Implement plans & manage performance
WSQ People and Performance Management - Level 4 Course Outline
Find out how ODC’s comprehensive WSQ People and Performance Management - Level 4 course covers everything your leaders need to know to turn your organisation into a high performing one.
SET GOALS AND DEVELOP TEAM PLANS
The Best Teams Start With The Right Plans
The right plans give performance-driven teams the right direction to navigate a complex environment.
Learn how you can design your plans to achieve specific goals and objectives so your organization can move forward with clear, structured plans.
You will learn:
The Hierarchy of Plans
Developing Team Plans
Setting S.M.A.R.T Goals
Management By Objectives (MBO)
Management By Wandering Around (MBWA)
Identifying, requesting and allocating resources required to implement the team plans
IMPLEMENT PLANS & MANAGE PERFORMANCE
Execute Projects With Confidence For Ideal Results
Projects don’t complete themselves with just a plan. In an uncertain world, execution is the differentiating factor between a failed project and a successful one.
In this course, you’ll learn what goes into assembling high-performance teams, and then direct and manage their progress for mission success.
You will learn:
Performance Management Theories
McGregor Theory X and Theory Y
Frederick Herzberg’s Hygiene and Motivational Factors Theory
Manager’s role in managing risks
Sources of Risks
Assessing Risk using the following matrices
Impact on Employees and Organisation
Creating a High-Performance Team
Selecting the right team mix
Leadership and Focus
Moving the team towards high performance
Monitoring Team Performance
Managing Emotional States
Methods to improve team performance
REVIEW & REWARD PERFORMANCE
Analyse, Feedback And Improve For Greater Performance
The best teams are always improving.
From project analysis, to feedback and improvement, you’ll learn the different metrics to analyse performance in your organisation, review project efficiency, and create different goals for improvement in future projects.
You will learn:
Review team performance
Criteria of successful team
Data sources to review performance
Supporting team leaders
Reward team performance
Market trends and developments in relation to remuneration and performance management.
Avenues for self-improvement in performance management processes
Review & Reward Performance
Halo Effects & Pitchfork Effects
Relevant professional or industry codes of practice and standards (KA3)
Minimum pay and salary increase
National Wage Council (for wage increments)
Singapore Code of Corporate Governance (Remuneration practices for Singapore listed companies)
Code of Governance for Charities and Institutes of a Public Character (2017) for Charities and IPCs